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    Default Crispy Chicken Skin

    Hoping this picture shows up. Crispy skin on wings is achieved by lightly dusting it with cornstarch. Cooked at 250 degrees for 4 hours.
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    Chef Wil...looks good. If you haven't tried Mies All In One Seasoning...try it,
    it works great on everything!!

    BillyBob

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    who is Mies and does it have the cornstarch in it?

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    Chef Wil...Mies is a company that sells mostly to the food industry.
    However, they have resently started selling to consumers.
    http://www.miesproducts.com/breading.htm
    You can reach them at the site above...you can use it on the grill as well...just like frying.

    BillyBob

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    Makes sense to use cornstarch, nere thought about using it. Did you use anything else besides cornstarch?
    L J

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    Chef Wil.....Noticed you are from Louisiana, so am I from Covington.
    L J

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    Brewmaster.......all purpose seasoning and dusted with cornstarch
    I am in Lafayette. I am interested in the Mies product that was mentioned above our post.

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    Yes I was looking at it also however it contains monosodium glutamate. I know it enhances food taste however not fond of it. I prefer to make my own seasonings, this way I can control what I use and how much.
    L J

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    there is different packages of the stuff and one states it is MSG free. I agree with you about not using it, its not that it enhances the flavor but rather it dialates your taste buds which makes your sense of taste more sensitive. I can only imagine what it does to other organs while its being digested. Just my opinion but I am sticking to it.

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    Oh, knew it did something to your taste buds, didn't know it dialates them though. Thanks for the explaination. Agreed, if it affects the buds can't imagine what else. If you do try the non-MSG brand let me know how you like it.
    L J

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